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kGoal™ is the world’s smartest Kegel exerciser. It's an interactive training system (device + free app) for women that offers a unique combination of guidance, tracking, biofeedback, and personalized workouts. Whether you're just discovering your pelvic floor or are a seasoned Kegel workout warrior, kGoal™ will help you get the most out of your exercise.

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Kegels Matter

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Why is Pelvic Floor Exercise Important?

The pelvic floor is a network of muscles at the base of the abdomen that plays a crucial role in many many aspects of healthy living. Whether you’re recovering after childbirth, a runner or other impact sport athlete, or just trying to set yourself up for healthy aging, pelvic floor exercise is a key part of the equation for:

Improving Bladder Control

Pre & Post Pregnancy Pelvic Health

Core Strength

Intimate Wellbeing


Provides real time biofeedback.
Vibrational and visual biofeedback lets you confidently engage your pelvic floor.
Guides your workout.
Follow along with popular exercise programs that adapt to your body.
Track your progress.
See your exercise history and keep track of your improvement.
Adapts to your body for maximum comfort.
kGoal's air pillow is soft, flexible, and adjustable to fit your body.
Makes Kegel exercise fun.
Engage with your body through fun, game-based workouts.
Treats you right.
Made with 100% phthalate-free, body safe Class VI medical grade silicone.

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Who Should (or Shouldn't) Use kGoal

kGoal & Pregnancy

We recommend talking to your doctor about when they recommend using kGoal during pregnancy and the postpartum recovery period. Generally speaking, we don't recommend using kGoal during the first trimester, after the bag of waters has opened, or for the first 6 weeks after delivery.


If you experience pain while using kGoal, please stop and consult with a medical professional. In particular, if you know that your pelvic floor muscles are already hypertonic or tense, or if you have pain associated with vaginal insertion, kGoal is probably not appropriate for you.


  • Material: 100% phthalate-free, body-safe Class VI silicone
  • Eco-friendly USB-rechargeable battery
    • Battery life is at least 2 hours (depending on usage configuration)
    • Charge time is 1.5 hours
    • Comes fully charged and includes USB charging cable
  • Splash-resistant for easy cleaning (we recommend disinfecting wipes or a washcloth with soap and water)
  • 2-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • The Squeeze Pillow (the insertable part) has a maximum rigid diameter of 1.5 inches

App Compatibility and Refund Policy

kGoal is compatible with both iOS and Android phones and tablets. Please ask us ( if you're unsure about compatibility with your device.

We have an excellent 2-year warranty, but because kGoal is such a personal product we can only accept returns for broken products.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled the most common questions we get about kGoal, along with our answers below (click on each question to view the answer). If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at and we will respond within one business day (and often sooner!).

The kGoal Device

kGoal is splash-resistant for easy cleaning. However, it is not fully waterproof and should not be submerged (particularly the Status Light / charging plug area).

We recommend mild soap and water with a wet cloth or antibacterial wipes.

Yes, and in fact we strongly recommend using it with lubricant. Any silicone-safe lubricant (in other words, non-silicone-based lubricants) should be fine to use with kGoal.

kGoal’s exterior is 100% phthalate-free, body-safe medical grade silicone.

kGoal’s rechargeable battery means you never have to worry about replacing it. To charge kGoal, just plug the provided USB cable plug into the device through the circle on the Status Light and connect the other end to any USB port.

Especially with its ability to adjust the inflation level of the Squeeze Pillow, kGoal can be comfortably used by the vast majority of users. However, there are some users for whom kGoal may be uncomfortably large (particularly users who know they have hypertonic pelvic floor muscles or pain with vaginal insertion in general). If you purchase kGoal and find that you are unable to use it for this reason, please contact us at and we will waive our normal return policy and issue a return/refund.

You can recalibrate kGoal's pressure sensor at any time by briefly pressing the power button. In most cases, this should be done after kGoal is inserted and turned on. Fully relax your pelvic floor muscles and briefly press the Power button on kGoal. This will reset the measurement baseline to whatever level of inflation and body position you are using for that workout. You can recalibrate as many times as you want, or at any time.

Yes. kGoal has two separate biofeedback motors: one in the Control Arm (external to your body) and one in the Squeeze Pillow (internal). They can be individually enabled or disabled using the toggle switches in the Feedback section of the Settings tab in the kGoal app.

The kGoal App

We guarantee compatibility with iOS and Android devices. If you have any problems with the app, please contact us at and if we are unable to resolve them by troubleshooting together, we will issue a return/refund.

Each workout provides an overall score from 0-10 as well as additional scores assessing muscle strength, muscle endurance and muscle motor control for that workout. The algorithms to calculate the scores vary between the different workouts but they are intended to provide a metric to assess your muscle function. However, the numbers are relative and not absolute -- it is not possible to say that a certain number is the threshold of “good” scores across all different users. In general, if your scores for the same workout are (on average) increasing over time, that means that things are going well and you’re making good progress.


The ultimate authorities on your body are you and your doctor, and we encourage you to check with your OB-GYN about whether kGoal is suitable for you if you are unsure. And, if you experience pain using kGoal, stop and check with your doctor. Beyond that, if you know that your pelvic floor muscles are hypertonic or too tense, or you have pain with vaginal insertion in general, then kGoal is probably not suitable for you.

We recommend checking with your doctor about use during pregnancy, since there are certain situations (e.g. placenta previa) where kGoal may not be appropriate. Following delivery, we recommend waiting at least 6 weeks before using kGoal, but again it is best to check with your doctor about when it is appropriate to start given your specific situation.

Yes, generally speaking using kGoal if you have an IUD is no problem. The one limitation is that you shouldn't use it immediately after insertion of the IUD - wait until you've had your follow-up appointment and the doctor has confirmed that the IUD is staying put at the proper depth and location.

If you have any existing pelvic health conditions, please check with your doctor or pelvic floor physical therapist to get their thoughts on whether kGoal is appropriate for your specific situation.

This depends on lots of factors, including how often you exercise and how your body responds. However, we find that most users start seeing real results within about 4-6 weeks.

The Fine Print: warranty, returns, shipping, privacy, security, etc

Of course! kGoal has a 2-year warranty on any defects or malfunctions.

Because kGoal is such a personal product, our normal policy is to only accept returns for broken products. We do make exceptions as needed, however, so please contact us at if you have questions.

We never share identifiable user data with third parties. Please refer to our full privacy policy for more details.

We take data security and privacy very seriously and use industry-standard data security practices, including encryption and other security measures built into the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol, those provided by Amazon Web Services (whose servers are used for cloud data storage), and phone security based on user passcode log-in.